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Should you get a Programmable Thermostat in your Home

Benefits of Programmable Thermostat Over the course of the last 20 years, programmable thermostats have become popular with homeowners all throughout the country. Thousands of homeowners are learning the benefits of installing a programmable thermostat. From saving you money each month to making your home more comfortable, there are several reasons to consider installing a programmable thermostat in your home. Thermostat money-saving options Save $$. The biggest benefit to installing a programmable thermostat is that it will save you money. By keeping your home’s temperature 1 degree higher in the summer; or also 1 degree lower in the winter, you’ll be able to save around 2% on your energy bill. Are you able to raise or lower it more than 1 degree, while your family is out of the house? If so the savings can be much greater. A programmable thermostat will help you manage your home’s temp in such a way that you’ll stay comfortable [...]

Do you have Uneven Temperatures in your Home

Ductless Systems Resolve Temperature Changes Most homeowners rely on their home’s heating and cooling systems to keep temperatures consistent throughout their home. Unfortunately, central heating and cooling systems aren’t always able to. There are many different things that can cause you to have uneven temps in your home. Here are 5 of the most common causes: Why Homes Have Uneven Temperatures Duct Issues. Ductwork issues often cause uneven temperatures. If your ducts are clogged, squished or are leaking, they will lose their ability to effectively distribute air throughout your home. The heat from the Sun. As you probably know, sunshine will definitely heat up parts of your home depending on the time of day, which can confuse a central heating and cooling system. Warm Air Rises. Central heating and cooling systems use ductwork to distribute air throughout your home. And, as we all know, warm air rises. Oftentimes, warm air rises through ductwork. This causes homes [...]